Paul Jenkins (economist)

Paul Jenkins (economist)

Infobox_President | name =Paul Jenkins

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nationality =Canadian
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order =Senior Deputy Governor of the Bank of Canada
term_start =April 1, 2003
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successor ="Incumbent"
birth_date =
birth_place =St. Catherines, Ontario
alma_mater =B.A. Economics, University of Western OntarioM.Sc. Economics, London School of Economics and Political Science
death_date =
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profession =Economist|

Paul Jenkins is a Canadian economist and is Senior Deputy Governor of the Bank of Canada since 2003. His signature appears on all Canadian paper currency, alongside that of David Dodge, the former Governor of the Bank of Canada.

External links

* [ Jenkin's biography on the Bank of Canada Website]

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